Types of heating & cooling
We install a wide range of appliances into residential & commercial environments. Below, is a brief overview of the different types of appliances and their features. We’re here to help, feel free to contact us to discuss your requirements.
Gas Ducted Heating
Wouldn’t it be nice to go from room to room in your house, and be warm and comfortable in every room. Gas ducted heating can achieve this for you.
Gas ducted heating includes a heating unit that is connected to insulated ductwork and branches, that carries warm air to a number of outlets. Depending on your house, the outlets may be in the ceiling, or if you have adequate space under the floor, the outlets are in the floor. A thermostat keeps the temperature at the comfortable level you set.Want to know more
With a new gas ducted heating system, you have the option of adding a fully integrated air conditioner that also provides cool air through the same ductwork and outlets. With add-on refrigerated air conditioning you need larger, better insulated ductwork and larger outlets. So it is important to have the system sized correctly. If you can’t afford to add the air conditioning on at the same time, you can have the ductwork, branches and outlets sized for the future.
If you have an existing gas ducted heater, it may be possible to add refrigerated air conditioning, but most of the ductwork, branches and outlets will need to be upgraded.
Have you ever been to the beach on a hot day and wondered why you feel cooler. As hot air blows across the water, it causes some of the water to evaporate and absorb the heat. This evaporation process cools the air and you can achieve the same feeling of a “sea breeze” in your own home.
An evaporative cooling unit sits on your roof and is connected to a series of ducts, branches and outlets. The cooling unit draws fresh air through moistened pads, is cooled and filtered and blows out through the outlets in your home. Just like a sea breeze in your own house.Want to know more
- It’s 100% fresh clean air
- An inexpensive way to cool your whole house
- Windows and doors can be left open allowing you to enjoy summer and an outdoor lifestyle
- Very low running costs
- Won’t dry out the air, or irritate your skin, eyes or throat
- Ideal for asthma and hay fever suffers
- You can also run the cooler on fan only, blowing out any stale air any time of the year
Refrigerated (Reverse Cycle) Air Conditioning
When many people think of air conditioning, they often think of it as cooling only. But air conditioning systems (reverse cycle) can provide cooling and heating through the same unit. There are many models/options available with refrigerated (reverse cycle) air conditioners.
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Multi split systems are also available, so you can have two, three, four or more indoor units connected to just one outdoor condenser.
There are many sizes and models to choose from. We can help you select the unit that will best suit your needs.
If you have any existing gas ducted heater, it may be possible to add on refrigerated air conditioning, but generally the ductwork, branches and outlets need to be upgraded.
Call us and we can give you a free assessment and quote.